Media Information

 
 
 
Collection:
ADJUNCT MODULE C: WORLD ART
Preferred Title:
Christ Crucified, Madonna and Saint John
Image View:
Overall view of all three sculptures
Creator:
Master of Sant'Anastasia (Italian sculptor, active ca. 1300-1350)
Location:
repository: Museo Civico di Castelvecchio (Verona, Veneto, Italy) 44194; 44195; 44196
Location Note:
Corso Castelvecchio 2
GPS:
45.44 10.987778
Date:
ca. 1300-1350 (creation)
Cultural Context:
Italian
Style Period:
Fourteenth century; Gothic (Medieval)
Work Type 1:
sculpture (visual work)
Classification:
Sculpture and Installations
Material:
stone
Technique:
carving (processes)
Subjects:
New Testament; saints; Jesus Christ; John, the Apostle, Saint; Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint; crucifixion
Description:
Series of statues from the first half of the fourteenth century, referring to a single master or a single shop in Verona, given the name "Master of Sant'Anastasia", because they are also identified as the sculptor of the carved frieze on the architrave of the portal of Sant'Anastasia, Verona. The name Rigino d'Enrico has been offered as an identification. These sculptures are from the church of SS Giacomo e Lazzaro, now abandoned. (Source: Museo di Castelvecchio [website]; museodicastelvecchio .comune.verona.it/)
Collection:
Archivision Adjunct Module C: World Art
Identifier:
7A2-I-V-CM-CCMSJ-A01
Rights:
© Scott Gilchrist, Archivision, Inc.

Christ Crucified, Madonna and Saint John